Switching to a competitive supplier could cost you, data shows

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This study reinforces the importance of consumer education – ensuring that potential customers understand the offer and contract terms, as well as having the tools to seek out reputable suppliers.

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Contact: Susan Campbell

Frank Caliva, a spokesperson for the American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers, said the ACCES does not take positions on specific state policies, but said “a well-educated consumer is a well-protected consumer.”

“Just a few month ago, in April 2018, the new Nonregulated Power Producer Consumer Bill of Rights took effect in Rhode Island,” Caliva¬†added.¬†“We believe ensuring that consumers understand both their rights and the obligations of suppliers under these rules is vital to a flourishing competitive marketplace.”

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